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Winka Dubbeldam is the principal of New York based Archi-Tectonics, where she’s been designing residential projects since 1994. Dubbeldam is well known for her contemporary loft renovations in Tribeca and Soho. She is a graduate of the Academy of Architecture in Rotterdam and received a master’s degree from Columbia University.              additional architects

Photo: Greenwich Street Project, New York City

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Benidorm

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Covetotop loves art, solitude and wandering off the beaten path … and he blogs accordingly.

And if so, what the hell is he doing in Benidorm?

Benidorm is not off the beaten path; it is at the very center of it. Benidorm is a Mediterranean madness, a never-ending fiesta, an ecological crime, a sunny, noisy, lazy and archetypical tourist mecca.

Yes; it could be a nightmare for sensitive people … but it’s so funny … the weather is so good … its beach is so magnificent … and the Mediterranean sea is so blue …

I beg your pardon, my little bunch of loyal and sensitive readers, but today I’m blogging about Benidorm. It was a little fishing village (Southeastern Spain) long time ago, but over the past decades it has been transformed into … eerrr … the kind of “Beni York” you are about to see in this post.

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The amazing interior of the PCF headquarters, from Niemeyer

a fresh drawing everyday day

I remember the feeling of being in am amazing spaceship and the green ondulated and sensual floor!

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McCrillis Gardens is an award-winning, 50 acre display shade garden. The garden has the largest Metasequoia tree (redwood) in the mid-Atlantic region and more than 750 varieties of azaleas and rhododendrons. Location: 6910 Greentree Road, Bethesda, Md.

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Denise Scott Brown is an architect, educator and urban planning scholar. A partner at Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, she — along with Robert Venturi — changed American city planning with their Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture. And then in 1972, with Venturi and Steven Izenour, Scott Brown wrote Learning From Las Vegas: the Forgotten Symbolism of Architectural Form, which profoundly influenced how a generation of architects looked at contextual issues.              additional architects

Photo: National Gallery Sainsbury Wing, London, United Kingdom

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EVA International Biennial of Art

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This page and blog have moved to http://claredotcom.com

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Magical Garden

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Just had to share this serene and beautiful image found on Pinterest (sorry, no attributes) for visitors to rest their eyes. Enjoy!

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Hudson River, NYC.

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